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SO HARD NOT TO BUY 290! MUST WAIT FOR 3XX SERIES! ARRRRGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh well. Pick 3 of them! And sell them when the 390 comes out.
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Oh well. Pick 3 of them! And sell them when the 390 comes out.
I snagged up two and they eat games for lunch...150 to 200 fps at 1080p at least with games that support crossfire....one game that is aggravating though it's supposedly advanced warfare supports crossfire yet disabling crossfire nets me much better performance go figure...but I only play the zombie mode.
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Anyone tested this beauty:

Biostar TA970 Plus

6+1 phases (it seems so), very inexpensive...
Edited by Tasm - 4/1/15 at 6:05am
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Anyone tested this beauty:

Biostar TA970 Plus

6+1 phases (it seems so), very inexpensive...
I see 8 phases in the CPU power section. But why would they put a piano on the heatsink? Why? It's ugly as sin.

And what is it with most of the motherboard manufactures lately. They haven't put how many passes the boards have in the specifications pages. MSI Asus and now Biostar are not listing how many phases the board has.
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post #48226 of 67694
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Originally Posted by Alastair View Post

I see 8 phases in the CPU power section. But why would they put a piano on the heatsink? Why? It's ugly as sin.

And what is it with most of the motherboard manufactures lately. They haven't put how many passes the boards have in the specifications pages. MSI Asus and now Biostar are not listing how many phases the board has.

Arent you looking at the heatsink?it gives that ilusion, if you watch closer you will see 7 phases.
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@Johan45

Thanks for the info on the offset stuff!

I am now setup on a balanced power usage in Windows 8.1, and offset voltage to run at overclocked speeds on demand.

My P states work out to be like this (as reported in CPU-ID):

1) 1400MHz @ 0.88V
2) 1900MHz @ 0.96v
3) 2400MHz @ 1.104v
4) 2900MHz @ 1.18v
5) 4800MHz @ 1.392v


RAM @ 2133MHz CL10-11-11-30-40 on 1.7v
NB @ 2400MHz
CPU-NB @ 1.2v
HTT @ 2600MHz with auto voltage

thumb.gif

This has given me great power savings during general use, as I normally just see the cores floating between 1400 and 2400MHz (haven't noticed any slow downs at all) and it still ramps up to 4.8 during program execution, and stays there during loads. Surfing on flash/object heavy sites seems to like to hover between 2400 and 2900MHz....

I played with 5GHz last night, and had it seemingly stable, but the problem is, in order to run 5GHz, I have to run it all the time, because the voltage offset stops at 150mv on this board, and I would need at least a 200mv offset to allow it get to 5GHz with CnQ enabled.

It's just not worth running 1.55v (1.465v under load due to lack off LLC) for 5GHz, 100% of the time, when I can get much quieter, cooler, and more power efficient idle/mild load experience with CnQ, and still ramp up to 4.8GHz @ 1.392v when gaming.

I will do some benches tonight at 5GHz+ just to say I did.... I mean, why wouldn't you right? biggrin.gif
Hell, CB R15 gave me 798 points @ 5GHz last night, which I thought was pretty good rolleyes.gif

But as far as 24/7, I'm leaving it at 4.8GHz 2400/2600, and calling it a rap.

Thanks to everyone else who also contributed helpful advise!

I will be working on my review of the LEPA AquaChanger 240 today, so look out for that soon!
Spoiler..... it's got to be the best value on an AIO there is right now, period!
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How much did you pay for that Lepa?

Nice result...superb value!
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No probs AgentSmith, that's why I hang out in places like this. Just spreading the wealth. thumb.gif
That offset is pretty handy and will really save on heat in your system also allows it to run pretty quiet when you're just monkeying about.
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Great results Agent Smith !

Such amazing 4.800Mhz overclock with those voltages ! My FX-8350 is very Power Hungry, with +0.225v over stock volts to get a FULL STABLE 4.700Mhz...

Right now i´m trying to overclock my 990FX BUS also... My target is 237Mhz BUS Speed with 1880RAM and 4.7000Mhz CPU.

Seems to me that overclock the BUS also is very good for performance, notice games loading faster and lower memory latency !

Grats !
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@Johan45

Thanks for the info on the offset stuff!

I am now setup on a balanced power usage in Windows 8.1, and offset voltage to run at overclocked speeds on demand.

My P states work out to be like this (as reported in CPU-ID):

1) 1400MHz @ 0.88V
2) 1900MHz @ 0.96v
3) 2400MHz @ 1.104v
4) 2900MHz @ 1.18v
5) 4800MHz @ 1.392v


RAM @ 2133MHz CL10-11-11-30-40 on 1.7v
NB @ 2400MHz
CPU-NB @ 1.2v
HTT @ 2600MHz with auto voltage

thumb.gif

This has given me great power savings during general use, as I normally just see the cores floating between 1400 and 2400MHz (haven't noticed any slow downs at all) and it still ramps up to 4.8 during program execution, and stays there during loads. Surfing on flash/object heavy sites seems to like to hover between 2400 and 2900MHz....

I played with 5GHz last night, and had it seemingly stable, but the problem is, in order to run 5GHz, I have to run it all the time, because the voltage offset stops at 150mv on this board, and I would need at least a 200mv offset to allow it get to 5GHz with CnQ enabled.

It's just not worth running 1.55v (1.465v under load due to lack off LLC) for 5GHz, 100% of the time, when I can get much quieter, cooler, and more power efficient idle/mild load experience with CnQ, and still ramp up to 4.8GHz @ 1.392v when gaming.

I will do some benches tonight at 5GHz+ just to say I did.... I mean, why wouldn't you right? biggrin.gif
Hell, CB R15 gave me 798 points @ 5GHz last night, which I thought was pretty good rolleyes.gif

But as far as 24/7, I'm leaving it at 4.8GHz 2400/2600, and calling it a rap.

Thanks to everyone else who also contributed helpful advise!

I will be working on my review of the LEPA AquaChanger 240 today, so look out for that soon!
Spoiler..... it's got to be the best value on an AIO there is right now, period!
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